History Videogame / InterestingNPCs

26th Aug '17 8:51:17 PM Some_Person
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** Two smaller examples are the quests "The Teleportation Machine" and "The House On the Hill". In the former you track down a machine that will supposedly take you to the location of the Dwemer [[spoiler: only for the whole thing to be hijacked by an Argonian of questionable sanity claiming to be the "Dwarvenborn"]]. And in the latter, you are tasked with finding two missing explorers who were last seen near a creepy old house [[spoiler: where it turns out they stole a possibly fake Elder Scroll from three strange men calling themselves Wolf, Horker, and Skeever]].
25th Aug '17 12:36:02 PM Some_Person
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** Similarly, at the end of the quest "Stolen Property" [[spoiler: you can kill Vardath and save the slave he was contracted to kill. Although, you're given a reward from the slave for taking this path, you lose Vardath as a follower]].
18th Jul '17 7:39:09 PM Some_Person
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** The orc mercenary Duraz also qualifies. Although she does seem to fit into the ProudWarriorRaceGuy trope she also has a very vocal dislike of the Orc Strongholds and their laws.
15th Jul '17 3:55:13 AM Some_Person
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* MaybeMagicalMaybeMundane: It's never revealed during the quest "The Teleportation Machine" if [[spoiler: Two-Tails disabled said machine with his "Machine Hand" or if Two-Tails just thinks he disabled it and the machine was already that way when he found it.]]

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* MaybeMagicalMaybeMundane: MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: It's never revealed during the quest "The Teleportation Machine" if [[spoiler: Two-Tails disabled said machine with his "Machine Hand" or if Two-Tails just thinks he disabled it and the machine was already that way when he found it.]]
15th Jul '17 3:54:20 AM Some_Person
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* MaybeMagicalMaybeMundane: It's never revealed during the quest "The Teleportation Machine" if [[spoiler: Two-Tails disabled said machine with his "Machine Hand" or if Two-Tails just thinks he disabled it and the machine was already that way when he found it.]]
20th Jun '17 6:16:52 PM KillerClowns
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* HeroicComedicSociopath: Dagri'Lon's BlueAndOrangeMorality typically results in "evil", because he believes anything that decays might as well be destroyed. His dialogue is thus a mixture of snark and bluntly proposing destruction of the impermanent (i.e. pretty much everything). For instance, he suggests dealing with the Riverwood LoveTriangle by ''killing Camilla'' just to teach her suitors a lesson about hesitation. Still, he doesn't personally carry out any of his brutal suggestions, and gets [[DeadpanSnarker some great lines]].

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* HeroicComedicSociopath: Dagri'Lon's BlueAndOrangeMorality typically results in "evil", because he believes anything that decays might ought be destroyed (so it will be evermore remembered as well be destroyed.beautiful) before the decay can overtake it. His dialogue is thus a mixture of snark and bluntly proposing destruction of the impermanent (i.e. pretty much everything). For instance, he suggests dealing with the Riverwood LoveTriangle by ''killing Camilla'' just to teach her suitors a lesson about hesitation. Still, he doesn't personally carry out any of his brutal suggestions, and gets [[DeadpanSnarker some great lines]].
20th Jun '17 6:12:16 PM KillerClowns
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* HeroicComedicSociopath: Dagri'Lon seems to respect nobody and nothing, and follows the player mostly because he has nothing better to do wth his vast time. His dialogue is a mixture of idle cruelty and snark; he suggests dealing with the Riverwood LoveTriangle by ''killing Camilla'' just to teach her suitors a lesson about hesitation. Still, he doesn't personally carry out any of his brutal suggestions, and gets [[DeadpanSnarker some great lines]].

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* HeroicComedicSociopath: Dagri'Lon seems to respect nobody and nothing, and follows the player mostly Dagri'Lon's BlueAndOrangeMorality typically results in "evil", because he has nothing better to do wth his vast time. believes anything that decays might as well be destroyed. His dialogue is thus a mixture of idle cruelty snark and snark; bluntly proposing destruction of the impermanent (i.e. pretty much everything). For instance, he suggests dealing with the Riverwood LoveTriangle by ''killing Camilla'' just to teach her suitors a lesson about hesitation. Still, he doesn't personally carry out any of his brutal suggestions, and gets [[DeadpanSnarker some great lines]].
20th Jun '17 6:01:06 PM KillerClowns
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* FakeUltimateMook: [[spoiler:Tusky the horker]] is about the size of a dragon, and even gets the dragon fight music. But it too slow and clumsy to be an especially dangerous foe, even if it [[DamageSpongeBoss takes some slicing]].
16th Jun '17 8:41:35 AM KillerClowns
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: Invoked and discussed; Dar’Rakki is a Khajiit in Ivarstead who wants to know if there's ''really'' 7,000 steps to High Hrothgar.

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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: Invoked and discussed; Dar’Rakki is a Khajiit in Ivarstead who wants to know if there's ''really'' 7,000 steps to High Hrothgar. [[spoiler:You can either tell him the truth -- that it's roughly seven ''hundred'', though it's hard to say for certain given how many are broken and buried -- or tell him a white lie and say it is seven thousand to try and restore his faith in the world]].
15th Jun '17 5:38:45 PM KillerClowns
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-->'''Dagri'Lon''': Thane of Whiterun. You save an entire city from a dragon and your reward is a title that is emptier than this Jarl's skull.


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* HeroicComedicSociopath: Dagri'Lon seems to respect nobody and nothing, and follows the player mostly because he has nothing better to do wth his vast time. His dialogue is a mixture of idle cruelty and snark; he suggests dealing with the Riverwood LoveTriangle by ''killing Camilla'' just to teach her suitors a lesson about hesitation. Still, he doesn't personally carry out any of his brutal suggestions, and gets [[DeadpanSnarker some great lines]].
-->'''Dagri'Lon''': Thane of Whiterun. You save an entire city from a dragon and your reward is a title that is emptier than this Jarl's skull.
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